Eugene Wanda Diamond League Men’s Mile Official Result

The International men’s 1-mile result of the Eugene Wanda Diamond League, Oregon. The 1mile event was a straight final and it was competed by seven different countries of which the Americas dominated. New Zealand’s Beamish Geordie won the race with a sprint finish in 3:54.86 seconds while the rated United States’ Engels Craig came through in 3:55.41 to take the second place and Canada’s Philibert-Thboutot Charles crossed the finish line in 3:55.38 just microsecond ahead between him and Engels.

Venue: Eugene, Oregon, United States

Date: Friday, 20 August 2021

World Lead (WL): McSweyn Stewart (Australia), 3:48.37, 01.07.2021

Meeting Record (MR): Souleiman Ayanleh (DJibuti), 3:47.32, 31.05.2014

Eugene Wanda Diamond League Men’s Mile Official Result.

POS NAME TIME COUNTRY
1 BEAMISH GEORDIE 3:54.86 NEW ZEALAND
2 ENGELS CRAIG 3:55.41 UNTIED STATES
3 PHILIBERT-THIBOUTOT 3:55.48 CANADA
4 PRAKEL SAMUEL 3:55.99 UNITED STATES
5 DAVIS ARCHIE 3:57.00 GREAT BRITAIN
6 WYNNE HENRY 3:57.43 UNITED STATES
7 CALLAHAN PETER 3:57.49 BELGIUM
8 HURT TRIPP 3:58.15 UNITED STATES
9 CIATTEI VINCENT 4:00.45 UNITED STATES
  SEIN TIMOTHY DNF KENYA
  SOWINSKI ERIK DNF UNITED STATES
  BARTELSMEYER DNS GERMANY

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